Try to Stay Calm
Keeping yourself calm when under pressure is not easy. But if you are able to do it, then you will be judged as a professional worker. Being calm will also help you think more clearly, so you can complete the work or problems you face better and wisely. Therefore, train and get used to being calm in various situations, yes, Smart People.
Try to do your job slowly. Give your brain a break to rest for a while, for example by taking a walk around the office or enjoying a cup of your favorite coffee. Also understand the purpose of the task given to you. By understanding the purpose of a task, you will better understand if your boss may be a little pushy or may ask you to complete the task with a tight deadline. Learning mindfulness techniques can also help you manage your emotions. Just doing this meditation technique for 10 minutes per day is enough to help increase calm, flexibility, even creativity and adaptability.
Focus on Completing Your Tasks
The amount of pressure faced at work, often makes a worker complain. Instead of focusing on solutions, he focuses on his own feelings. As a result, the work is never finished and the pressure is even greater. Therefore, focus on completing your work. Instead of complaining too much, you better map out what steps you can take to get the job done quickly. The sooner the work is completed, the faster you will be released from the pressure you are facing.
Change the way you interpret stress
What really makes you feel pressured at work, could be your perception of the pressure itself. If you think of workloads and demands as something terrible, then that perception will give you a sense of fear that can hinder your productivity. Try to view pressure as a new challenge to grow. As a person who always dares to be better, you need these challenges to hone your skills. Imagine, if you manage to pass one challenge, it means that your quality has gone up one level compared to what you were before. So, so that you can get through these challenges well, make sure you face them with positive feelings and adequate preparation, yes.
Talk to your boss
If you’ve tried everything you can but you still feel pressured, it’s a good idea to tell your boss about it. Find an appropriate time to talk about it, for example when your boss doesn’t seem busy. Convey calmly and use good speech, avoid using vocabulary that is complaining. Focus on the technicalities of how to get the job done, not how you feel. If you are able to explain the situation logically, your boss may consider a solution. For example, by giving a looser deadline or sharing the workload with other employees so that the task can be completed faster.